Podcast 441: What former miss universe Demi-Leigh Tebow wants you to know about confidence & boundaries
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SHOW DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk to former Miss Universe and former Miss South Africa Demi Leigh Tebow about managing mental health as a public figure, how to develop sustainable self-confidence in the age of social media, the importance of teaching women to defend themselves, and so much more!
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4:27 Demi’s amazing story
9:25 Managing your mental health as a public figure
11:00 The importance of setting healthy boundaries
12:40 , 15:22 The healing power of community
21:20 How helping others can improve our mental health
35:00 How Demi survived a violent carjacking & what that taught her about the important of teaching women self-defense
43:20 Demi’s amazing work helping vulnerable communities
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